Beatitude House Gets $50K from Mahoning Valley Hospital Foundation

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Beatitude House has received a $50,000 grant from the Mahoning Valley Hospital Foundation to support its Immigrant Outreach and Ursuline Sisters Scholars programs.

The Ursuline Sisters Scholars program helps student-parents and low-income students succeed in post-secondary education, providing financial support and mentors, as well as assistance with food, clothing and transportation.

The Immigrant Outreach program provides English classes to women in the area, along with tutoring and enrichment activities for students.

“We are very grateful for the Mahoning Valley Hospitals continued support,” said Sister Patricia McNicholas, co-director of Beatitude House, in a release.

Beatitude House provides housing to 47 families and has served more than 7,000 women and children in its history.

Pictured: Sister Patricia McNicholas, co-director of Beatitude House, and Mahoning Valley Hospital Foundation with  the foundation’s $50,0000 award to support programs for scholars and immigrants.

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